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RT @JeffreyGuterman: The Wounded Knee Massacre occurred on this date December 29 in 1890, near Wounded Knee Creek on the Lakota Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Between 150-300 men, women, and children of the Lakota were killed. Photo credit: Northwestern Photo Co.

RT @SimonMoyaSmith: On this day 128 years ago, the United States, with rifles and pistols and a rapid-fire Gatling gun, murdered an estimated 300 Lakota, mostly unarmed women and children. Soon after the carnage, 20 white men were awarded the Medal of Honor. Those medals have yet to be rescinded.

Ruth Adler-Schnee Fabrics

In a hunt through my old files from undergrad at UMD, I found a batch of textile photos I had taken when Ruth Adler-Schnee exhibited at the Kibel Gallery at UMD School of Architecture. I can’t find the original blog post, but here are the photographs I uploaded.

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Ruth Adler-Schnee Fabrics

Uploaded from Mac “Documents/Backups/Google Photos/2011/2011-07” on Justin’s MacBook Pro

And a cool article I found:

Q&A: Trailblazing Detroit Designer Ruth Adler Schnee

— Justin Fair (@Soulstrong) December 28, 2018

RT @NGBIWM: Today’s Kwanzaa Principle is Kujichagulia (Self-Determination): To define and name ourselves, as well as to create and speak for ourselves.